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right now. a police chase that ended with the dramatic car crash in oakland just a few hours ago. six people rushed to the hospital as we just got word that one of the passengers, they have died. ktvu alex savage is live for us, including the man hunt underway right now. alex? >> reporter: police at this point are looking for the driver of the suv, but i also want to tell you here that the sergeant on scene, they have confirmed toney a 19-year-old man was killed in this crash here. he was a passenger inside this stolen suv you're looking at right now. it was being chased this morning by chp officers. the suv was packed with eight people inside, coming down this hill when the driver lost control and slammed into a tree. here was the scene around 3:30 this morning here on the drive in oakland. paramedics transported six passengers with various injuries. one of them later died. the pursue all began when police tried topping this suv when the driver of the suv took off. chp officers picked up the pursuit on the freeway in oakland. it's unclear if alcohol was involved here, but the sergean
and was wearing a black t-shirt. >> this morning, oakland police will reveal details on the second theft in two months at the oakland museum of california. this time, burglars stole an $800,000 golden box which happened on monday morning. the burglars stole a piece of quartz from the gold rush era. >> a water emergency is forcing an oakland hospital to postpone elective surgeries. officials have issued a cold dry at the med center after a utility problem shut off water to the facility meaning no one could use the sinks or flush toilet. water was restored late in the evening but nonemergency surgeries have been put off until they make sure everything is okay. patients were never in danger and the hospital will not elaborate on the utility failure. >> former san francisco giants star barry bonds will find out if he was voted in major league baseball's hall of fame. they are expected to announce the results of the votes around 11 a.m. and many have expressed reservations of bonds because of questions about steroid use. votes are cast for a seven time cy young award winner clemens and seem sosa all
the nimitz 880 at oakland no delay between hayward and downtown. that's a check of "timesaver traffic." back to you guys. >> thank you. >>> oakland city leaders are calling for a state of emergency in the city after a deadly weekend. and today, oakland city leaders and police are expected to announce a plan of action on how to deal with the gun violence. five people were shot at on seminary drive last night, multiple people injured, no one killed. there were a total of three nonfatal shootings yesterday. on friday, four people were killed in separate incidents. no arrests have been made. some city leaders say it's time to bring in the national guard to patrol the streets and many residents support that idea. >> even if they make us uncomfortable, anything -- but we are open to exploring ideas. >> i'm okay with that. let's do it! two thumbs up on that. let's do it! >> six people have already been killed in oakland so far in the new year. >>> two oakland men accused of a double homicide last fall are expected to enter pleas this afternoon. 15-year-
with muni spent $154 million for that fiscal year in overtime. >> thank you. oakland officials will make a major announcement declaring a local state of emergency to seek outside help over a wave of violence with a recent attack involving a drive-by shooting that wounded five people at walnut and seminary avenue after ten other people were shot since friday across the city in what is believed gang-related shootings. before the drive-by shootings leaders held a conference call to discuss their response to the weekend violence of the oakland's vice mayor called for state of emergency in the city to clear the way to get help from the state, something new city council member agrees with. >> the directive is given to the administrator to work with the legal council to approach jerry brown. >> spokesperson for the mayor says that the public deserve as strong and fast reaction to all of the violence. >> today is the one month anniversary of the school massacre in newtown, connecticut, remembering the 20 children and six adults gunned down at the sandy hook elementary school. students attend cho
. he's christopher ebert stallworth of oakland. >>> 7:04. in a few hours, you can trade guns for cash. in marin county, it's part of the area's first-ever gun buyback event. organizers will take $200 for semi-automatic guns and $100 for other guns. you must bring proof of residency in order to take part. the five dropoff locations are open from 11:00 this morning until 8:00 tonight. they include novato, the larkspur, st. andrew's church in marin city and the it point reyes sub-- and the point reyes substation. >>> president obama is reviewing a series of proposals from the vice president about curbing gun violence. coming up at 7:15, a new poll checks public support for gun control. >>> after prompting some furious reaction, today, the house will finally vote on giving an extra $51 billion to help the victims of superstorm sandy. the legislation includes two bills, one gives $17 billion in emergency funding. the other would include money for fema's disaster relief fund. but financial conservatives still oppose the bill. they feel some of that money would be used for things that have n
in and around the bay area 35 in oakland. a few degrees cooler here. 32 in livermore. 30 or so in danville where we saw alex just a few moments ago. nevado checking in about 30, below freezing, at the airport 27 degrees reported there. so we have partly cloudy skies, very cold temperatures this morning, if you are going to get out any time soon be prepared for that winter weather and you have frost which weather as well. you may be scraping the wind shield, just had a light radar. you can see the clouds as they continue to pass through. we have the northerly flow that continues. we have been locked in the pattern for a few days and we will continue this way. here is the ridge of high pressure. you can see how the clouds just scoot right down to california, even bringing us a slight chance for rain at times, few spring manies reported in the delta. we will continue that for today but the rain will stay off the coast. we will be partly cloudy, cool, temperatures in the low 50s for the afternoon. that's a few degrees below what we normally get. we will continue with this dry pattern in the northwes
oakland. >>> a skier buried by an avalanche in the sierra and the dramatic video of the recovery coming up. >>> plus, we'll look at the weather outside your door at this hour and for the afternoon coming up. . >>> authorities say a couple found dead may have been caught up in a storm. the couple had been missing since christmas eve. >>> the avalanche center just released this video from a skier caught in an avalanche. the video was taken from a helmet camera from the rescue team. >>> chilly morning, but as we toss it over to rosmarie we'll check the weather. >>> the weather is feeling a little bit chilly and we are going to continue for the weekend. we are looking at temperatures cool this morning. look at the whites. most of the white in the central value lie but you can see a -- valley, but you can see a few of us in the valley locations sinking in the 20s. the shades of purple shows the 40s. a few shades of pink remaining and along the coastline already warming in the 50s. by noontime, we are feeling pretty good. here's a look at what you can expect for today. 66 in oakland, 65 for frem
show of force. a critical part of oakland's plan to reduce violent crime is facing vocal opposition. protesters have gathered as the city's public safety commission prepares to vote on whether to higher one of the biggest names in policing. jodi hernandez joins us live from oakland city hall. that name, bratton, very divisive. >> reporter: it certainly is. dozens of protesters are inside city hall as we speak trying to put pressure on members of the city council's public safety committee to scrap its plans to bring bratton to town. though the city is dealing with an unbelievable crime rate, folks here believe that bratton is not part of the solution. people have gathered at oakland city hall to try to convince city leaders not to bring one of the nation's biggest names in law enforcement to town. bill bratton, former head of the nypd and lapd is ready to bring his expertise to oakland if the contract is approved to hire his team. >> i would love to see $250,000 go to community
arrested him last night around 9:00. they found him in a hotel in oakland and police say he surrendered peacefully. he is accused of setting the 25-year-old starr lamare on fire. the mother of low was dating oliver. it was a horrific scene on sunday afternoon. starr lamare ripped off her burning sweater while she was running and screaming. her sisters say starr lamare argued over the laundry with oliver he got gasoline and poured it on her and lit her on fire. her family says she has burns to her family and she could be in the hospital for four to five months. dexter oliver is now in jail and police plan to charge him with arson and attempted murder. >> thank you, amy. >> man who sped away from san francisco police on new year's day is due in court to face two counts of murder, the driver smashed into another car at 21st and ran into the front of a store. a woman in the car and a man on the street were both killed. district attorney says that the 19-year-old is charged with murder because there is in violence caused by violence of the reckless actions of a hand who is known gang member.
this for the afternoon. dry conditions partly cloudy. and cool. and mid-50s in oakland and 55 in san jose. the extended forecast here. bit of a warming trend as we get back to work on monday. for lots of little ones back to school. and in the forecast. and not too bad. few areas will be in the 30s. talking about the possibility of little patchy fog tomorrow morning. and tuesday. fair skies in the forecast. slight chance for rain will come back wednesday night and last into thursday morning. some areas picked up quite a bit of rain. i will show you the rain totals, coming up. >>> protestors gathered outside a courthouse as two teens before -- appear before a judge. >>> a case that has divided the town and the video posted on line. and why more arrests could be coming. >>> despite the new healthcare, the cost of healthcare could be going up for california residents, who is raising rates by double-digits. >> take a look outside. this is the maze in oakland. and traffic is just moving fine. if you are headed north and on into the city. and it looks like the roads. if they are not too wet, you will have a s
there this morning. again, a very cold morning and northbound 880 not too bad through oakland and south 880 looking good all the way into the south bay. frank. >> thank you. >>> al-jazeera has purchased san francisco-based "current tv." the "new york times" reports the deal could be worth as much as $500 million. it says it will rebrand al gore's "current tv" into a new channel called "al-jazeera america." meanwhile time warner cable incorporated announced it is dropping "current tv" as a result of this new deal. "current tv" will be part of five new u.s. bureaus operated by al-jazeera. according to the times some staff members may be able to stay on board but some shows may be dissolved this spring including the war room with former michigan governor general ever granholm and the gavin newsom show hosted by california's lieutenant governor. >>> secretary of state hillary clinton finally out of the hospital today after being treated for a blood clot near her brain. president clinton and their daughter chelsea on hand to take her home yesterday from the hospital. it was the first time she has been s
in many areas yesterday. we have oakland at one degree cooler and half moon bay is four degrees cooler. and los gatos is the same, and one degree cooler in san francisco and ten degrees cooler in fairfield. and look at redwood city and los gatos at 29 degrees where it is coldest. in the afternoon, total sunshine and breezy and upper 40's to mid-50's. >> good news on the mountain view area with a stalled bus now cleared from the lanes so you will find traffic moving nicely. north 680 the accident in the center divide, no problems getting by there. and we have road work still out there, northbound, alameda, ramp to sub880, closed for another 40 to 50 minutes until 7:00 this morning doing repaving projects. 87 through san jose moving nice lion the h.p. pavilion working northbound on 87 toward 101. kristen and eric? >> thank you. start your engines. new video shows the first new redesigned corvette in nine years. general motors unveiled the 2014 corvette yesterday in detroit at the north american international auto show, the most powerful corvette ever, the base model comes with a 450 hors
to 32. 42 in oakland. 47 in redwood city. 42 san jose. chilly start in sebastopol. 40 degrees in hillsburg to the east bay. 35 degrees for you in walnut creek. the winds again generally light. calm in napa as well as santa rosa. just a light breeze in oakland. livermore reporting calm conditions. it's right along the coastline and hills reporting gusty conditions. north westerly flow already settling in. that is drawing us out. that is why we are not seeing any fog out there. drier conditions already in place. we are seeing the cooler numbers as well. see just a little bit of moisture here dancing around unsettled weather in the forecast for today. should i mention that? it's almost an after thought. we have been seeing mostly sunny skies. temperatures will be cooler. this system bringing colder air into the area. already settling in. filling it this morning and by the afternoon in addition to breezy conditions we can expect our temperatures to be below average. take a look at what i do expect for san rafael. 53 for san francisco. 54 in hayward. low to mid 50s in the north bay
-threatening injuries. the altercation remained under investigation. >> starting next month, the city of oakland will start issuing municipal photo id cards to undocumented workers. >> that will show a person's address, height and weight similar to a driver's license. >> this the first type of id card that can be used as a debit card. the move may violate federal immigration laws. but oakland mayor jean quan argues congress is felt to pass copperheads immigration reform and that something has to be done to help the immigration-- immigrant population in oakland. >> we know that day laborers that people who receive cash or be more open. there is to be a way for the people not to be afraid. of not to report a crime but no. >> residenthere is a onetime application fee of $15 and up to a dollar monthly fee. >> residents will have to go to designated loading stations in the oakland area to load money on to the card. >> prosecutors intend to seek the death penalty in the murder of a monte sereno and. >> one of three suspects javier garcia, appeared in court or the judge ordered him held without bail. >
and 58 in oakland and san jose, and snow 114 percent up to today. a year ago it was only 19 percent. radar shows quiet but for the northwest corner with rain possible. we will have snow in sierra this weekend but today sunshine and mid-40's, and mid to upper 30's in the value central and upper 60's in southern california. kristen? >> now, what is trending on twitter right now in the bay area. al-jazeera, the cable network, is taking over san francisco's current tv, trending, which is cofounded by former vice president al gore and congress trending today, and we mentioned 113th congress will be sworn in today on capitol hill. and warriors had a win. you can follow us on twitter. >> starbucks is coming to vietnam. they announced they will set up the first store in the country early next month. they will on the shop in ho chi minh city. they are already operating 3,000 stores across 11 countries in asia. >> new this morning, new yet familiar rumors surrounding cupertino's apple. there has been talk of a new i-watch and today the "los angeles times" reports that analyst firm says apple
court. reyes' brother survived. >>> oakland police are trying to prevent more gun violence after several shootings this weekend. two men and one woman are the latest victims. they were shot on harmon avenue around 12:45 yesterday afternoon. police say their injuries are nonlife threatening. it happened just one day after four people were shot and killed in separate shootings. three men and a 17-year-old boy were shot during a six hour period. police say the shootings are linked to ongoing feuds between several groups in the city. the violence brought out community outreach member who have a message for young people. >> they should look at this and know that no bullet has a name on it. >> so far no arrests have been made in any of the shootings. this year there have been six homicides in the city. >>> it could be several more days before the oakland unified school district headquarters reopens. the building flooded last week after someone accidentally left a faucet running in a custodian's closet. it caused damage to the building and some of the equipment inside. >>> time now is 7:38. it'
today because the clouds will continue to roll in before the rain. 45 in oakland, 39 in napa. still a chilly start and still within a few degrees of freezing. and if you're in fairfield, you're below freezing and 34 in livermore and down into areas of mountain view, 32. so mostly gray skies and a cool start to the day. and the winds light and they'll increase this morning. and with the front that you see back here, 150 miles off the coastline, we'll come to gusty conditions, ten to 20 miles an hour expected in the afternoon and then those winds will actually subside. so this is what to come for your saturday. let me show you when i expect the rain to arrive. we're dry for the time being. and if you have errands to run and you don't like to do it in the rain do it early. by 2:00 it will move into the north bay and crossing over into the bay area and widespread over the north bay at 3:00. 4:00 in livermore and 5:00 into the central valley and dinnertime we're all getting wet. evening hours, scattered showers in the forecast and they'll remain into tomorrow morning. tomorrow afternoon
. but right now it's cold with 33 degrees in napa, 47 in oakland and along the central coast with more clouds around watsonville and monterey. the possibility exists for a sprinkle or two as this system skirts through northern california. 15 degrees colder in napa this morning with 3 degrees in cooling since 24 hours ago in oakland, even san francisco. they usually retain some warmth but definitely lower dewpoints and colder air this morning with 9 degrees colder in livermore, 8 degrees colder around the santa clara valley. maybe strange else -- sprinkles in the south bay. but dry and warmer weather headed our way by the middle of the week. in fact going above normal by thursday and friday. here's other look it at the expected high temperatures today. we are below normal. mid-50s for livermore and san francisco. not much below normal, anywhere from two to four degrees. but with the winds up to 24 miles an hour, it will feel cooler than the 54 in livermore today. grab the jacket and actually this cold air mass is going stick around for the upcoming work week. so this low has to work on through
in the climate to influence the climate. >>> but meanwhile, a plan to use oakland -- to use alameda county sheriff's deputies to help the police department in oakland is running into resistance from some might think an unlikely place. >> it was proposed by two city council members. they want to spend half a million dollars to bring in 10 sheriff's deputies and a sergeant but the police union says that money would be better spent in house. the plan would be a temporary measure until new cadets are ready to patrol the streets of oakland. after years of hiring freezes, one california law enforcement agency is looking to hire a few new recruits and the competition is fierce. cbs5 reporter carter evans talked to some determined young men and women hoping to join the traffic highway patrol. >> reporter: traffic is about to pick up speed. a three-year hiring freeze has left the department short on new recruits. >> in order to save money, we had not held academy training. >> reporter: but chp assistant chief brent neuman says the end of the financial skid is in sight. >> now is the time to fire up
for the bay shore. 42 in fremont and 45 in san francisco which is the warm spot. and 38 in oakland. more high clouds mixing with sunshine with temperatures in the low to upper 50's. >> we have a stall to report on upper deck of the bay bridge. road work in the two right lanes to the center until 5:00 this morning but there is no slow track. just be aware if you are headed there. the golden gate bridge, road work on the northern portion until 5:00 this morning down to one lane in each direction on the golden gate bridge and road work until 5:00 this morning in the left lane, and road work in oakland area which is typical, 880 in both directions. katie and kristen? >> we are continuing to follow developing news in the search for a petaluma teen who disappeared new year's eve. there could be new leads from alyssa byrne's cell phone. now, live in petaluma. >> i am at the sports bar in petaluma where they will have a fundraiser tomorrow to raise money for the search teams, the local people who are doing what they can to get the word out about the 19-year-old missing woman who has been missing sinc
of the district attorney. >>> oakland is rolling out its new city id cards, a move not everybody's too happy with. the city issuing the id cards to help residents without legal immigration status with everything from dealing with police to cashing checks. several cities do have similar programs. oakland will be the first to tie it to banking so cardholders can use it as a debit card. critics say undocumented immigrants should not be allowed to have the cards while the mayor says it's going to improve lives. >> the reality is this nation is way overdue for immigration reform. these people who have been here for decades, i think most americans agree, should have some pathway to being able to live here with dignity. >> for the record, these cards will run $15 for adults. minors and seniors will pay less. a total of about 6,000 cards will be issued starting on february 1st. >>> governor jerry brown is back at it again. he is facing large opposition against his proposal to change california school funding. specifics to his plan have yet to be released. but the governor wants to simplify funding stream
. >>> two families are suing oikos university over last years deadly shooting rampage in oakland. seven people died when suspected gunman juan koa opened fire. the lawsuit was filed in alameda county yesterday by families of two of the victims. the school should have known he was to pose a serious danger to students because of the disagreements he had with the university staff beforehand. >>> school safety is now a big issue at bay area schools following the deadly shooting in newtown, connecticut. just yesterday a student was injured in a school shooting in california. >>> the super bowl may not necessarily mean super returns for santa clara. the new 49er stadium is one of the three finalists to host the big game in 2016 or 2017. but the mercury news reports the nfl has given santa clara a new lists of demands. they include tax breaks and leasing the stadium and local venues at much lower rates than normal. santa clara leaders are meeting to discuss if the city can make any money. >>> green bay packers fans are starting to arrive in the bay area. it's hard to miss them. they are decked
francisco. oakland took 300 guns as well totaling 600 guns off the streets of the bay area in one saturday. so that's a good thing. and then finally we did some promotions. we did 8 captains, they have been assigned, 15 lieutenants, they have also been lieutenants, and 29 sergeants, the entire group is in the academy right now and they will go to their respective assignments on saturday and as we close out the holiday season we did bayview toy give away today, mission station and api on bay shore was on saturday and obviously operation dream in various joy give aways will be going forward the rest of the holiday season. and that concludes my report. >> well, thank you, chief. speaking of the real positive news, the press conference with officers cloud and gritch, it wasn't only commissioner loftus that was crying, it was maybe another commissioner. >> i didn't want to be the one that said it, i'm glad you said it. >> even our commission secretary who has done a lot with this department had tears in his eyes. it was an incredible press conference. what those two officers did was beyond
in hopes of getting an $800,000 artifact returned to the oakland museum. the gold box stolen in the museum's second break-in in just two months. >>> and it's the annual warning from health officials. get your flu shots. they say flu season could be very bad this year. hospitals in some states are crowded because of so many flu cases especially out in the midwest. >>> traffic and weather coming up after the break. stay right there. ♪ secondhand smoke affects everyone's health. it's not just irritating. it can cause heart disease and even death. speak up about secondhand smoke. your health and the health of your family depend on it. >>> good morning. towards the bay bridge, just your usual commute, unfortunately, it is back to work and you can see everyone there approaching the macarthur maze. that is where traffic is stacked up to for about a 20- minute wait to get you on the span. metering lights are on. elsewhere, westbound 237 is improved a bit near the 880 interchange for silicon valley commuters in san jose. an accident near candlest
and pets. >> getting a burst at the bay bridge toll plaza. there is slowing from oakland over into the city. two major issues. highway 4 has just reopened all lanes after the earlier crash closing things involving a school bus. no reports of any major injuries. it's backed up. so use will lo pass road as your alternate to get you out of the back-up. but there might be a new crash near that interchange as well. still slow in the area on interstate 80 as well as highway 29. use redwood street to get over that. >> thank you very much. another local news update for you in half an hour. hope you get a chance to enjoy your thursday morning. >>> that was the scene at last year's golden globes. this year, matt, savannah, al and i will be coming to the carpet sunday for the pre-show and then we'll have a full fashion and awards round-up monday on today. >> meanwhile, just ahead, if you've been looking for love in all the wrong places, patty sangor can help, the matchmaker and she is on the quest for love herself. >>> we will show you recipes that should keep your fuller longer and help you lose weig
checking in at 42 degrees, upper 30's and oakland. east bay interior valleys and some of our north bay spots temperatures are dropping down into the 20s. concord is at 28 degrees where below the freezing mark and livermore. by 8:00 a.m. all the purple onion is green indicates most of us will hopefully be in the '40's. the lighter purple indicates some and locations will be holding on to the 30's. setting the clock and the motion mid to upper 50s by lunchtime, low 60s at some spots in the bay. 8:00 p.m. tonight it is a mixed bag of '40's and low 50s. the national weather service did not issue a freeze warning or a frost advisory for today but it is still cold out there. the good news is we will make up for it into the afternoon. a great day ahead of us with upper fifties and low 60s and the south bay. campbell is coming in at 61 degrees and 89 in mountain view. 56 for danville 57 for union city downtown san francisco checking in the upper 50s 57 for napa and vallejo and richmond is coming in at 58. 7 day around the bay forecast shows a warmer weather is on the way. high pressure is in c
. get you caught up with some bay area headlines now. later today oakland city officials are expected to announce a new plan to deal with gun violence after a number of weekend shootings that included four killings in the city. >>> one person is being treated for smoke inhalation and burns on an arm after an apartment fire in berkeley this morning. no word on the cause of the fire on acton street. >>> san mateo has a special public hearing tonight on the feat of a 7-eleven store that opened a couple of weeks ago. neighbors complained about the special rezoning that allowed the store to open up in a vacant building. >> traffic and weather coming up. >>> good morning. if you're coming down the eastshore freeway, westbound 80 approaching cutting, we have an accident blocking at least one lane. you can see that it's stacked up in the area as far back as hercules. a live look westbound 237 that silicon valley commute brake lights from milpitas to zanker road. that drive time in the yellow. and to update you on this problem spot in walnut creek southbou
their business so i know you have, i know you've been in contact with oakland and surrounding areas because they move people all the time. chief, i just want to ask, how much are we involved both regionally and nationally in this whole -- are there forums that go on? i know you have attended a couple things. >> as tony was saying, arlan vanderbilt brought this forward. i think he has a lot of credit and commissioner loftus is holding the department's feet to the fire and rightfully so. that's why we're looking for this grant and we'll be actually at some point in time growing the human trafficking unit as we get our staffing up to speed. >> also we do attend other meetings in the bay area so we attend a monthly meeting down in san jose, so we're constantly in communication with other sister agencies, not only law enforcement but also other advocate groups like, for example, not to get in too much detail, i talked to an attorney down in san jose right now where this person is willing to come forward regarding an incident so they feel confident to come to san francisco to talk about someth
of the bay. i mean i know captain joiner in oakland said it was the first time he had ever seen this kind of collaborative effort between -- for this particular purpose. the fact that it was going on, on both sides of the bay at the same time and both of us accomplishing way more than we hoped to do was just an amazing thing. and then, chief, i got to thank you for those. at some point the grant money that we had ran out and i was going to go out and tell everybody to go home. but you saw those guns and said, oh, hell, no, we got to get those guns. so we'll get the funding. it was definitely a win-win and i must say that the 3 reasons that i heard the most that people showed up was the monetary incentive; secondly was folks that had these guns wanted to get rid of them but a whole lot of folks said the events of the night before said they didn't want their guns to fall into somebody's hands because everybody knows by now that the young man got the guns from his mother. the hold phrase of too many guns on the street, we got 600. i have heard, i don't know if you have, but i heard fo
temperaturewise. 70 degrees in gilrogilroy. 66 in oakland. tomorrow just about as warm. we'll take your temperatures down a couple degrees as we get into super bowl sunday but still staying nice. monday into tuesday, clouds increase. then we get showers, jon, on wednesday. we need that rain. over to you. >> we indeed do. that's truly a feel good forecast. thank you very much. we'll have another local update coming your way in one half hour from now. we hope to see you then. when i take a picture of this check, it goes straight to the bank. oh. oh look the lion is out! no mommy no! don't worry honey, it only works on checks. deposit checks from your smartphone with chase quickdeposit. just snap a picture, hit send and done. take a step forward and chase what matters. >>> take a look at that image right now. you're looking at severe flooding going on in montgomery county, maryland, part of the powerful storms that moved through the south and spawned powerful tornadoes in adarsville georgia, wednesday, demolishing homes and businesses. al will have more on that system in a couple minutes.
. a problem in the oakland area southbound 880. the red line just jammed at an earlier multicar accident past fruitville. just been cleared but traffic now backed to 980. and a couple of capital corridor and ace delays for you get you u up to date on what is going on. spare the air today and most likely tomorrow. don't burn the wood. until 9:00 keep everything ♪ >>> all that jumping going on. we're jumpstarting january, right here in times square. we're getting a whole bunch of people in shape this morning. all kinds of ideas how to kick-start your weight loss for 2013. make good on all the new year's resolutions. a lot of people getting a good start right now. and january in times square. >> that song by jennifer lopez makes me want to get up. maybe not to get up like what people have done. >>> also coming up in this half hour, a real special story. espn's hannah storm, revealing a terrifying moment she faced a wall of fire. it was a terrifying explosion that left her with second-degree burns. but she is an incredible woman. she is back on the air. and talks about how her daughter may have
perpetrated against black people in california by the oakland police in an america catching up to the promise of the civil rights legislation. members of the organization received training from experienced instructors and how to maintain and shoot guns. they carried them openly in public in compliance with the police and the laws at the time. go as far as to police the police to patrol them as the police patrolled oakland residents. the response was broad and decisive. a republican state assemblyman proposed a state law that would make it illegal to carry a loaded weapon in any city in california. the law created to disarm the black panthers would affect all gun owners in the state of california. in a dramatic showdown, they responded with their version of nra lobbying on capitol hill. they showed up with shotguns on the state capital building in sacramento. they were prevented from entering the chamber, their message was received loud and clear. it was signed into law by someone who seems an improbable advocate for gun control. this guy. no, your eyes are not fooling you. that is republican
the shooting massacre at the university in oakland last spill. he was a student at the school. the prosecution believes he could have been targetedded an administrator who was not there on the day of the sight. he is currently being held in jail. >> san rafael school district officials are meeting to decide whether to let a tax expire that is now $194 per parcel for san rafael's elementary school district and $132 for the high school district. school officials so the the marin independent journal the tax is needed to avoid cuts to programs and personnel. the proposed ball lit initiative goes to the voters in a special mail in election, in the spring. >> such a nice weekend with the gorgeous sunshine. >> i heard it was fabulous. >> we were too sick to enjoy it. >> hopefully you will get progressively better. we will make it warmer for you. >> that is whale -- what i will do for you. now, stay away from me. i cannot get sick. >> we will have unlimit 9 visibility this morning with no fog. 39 inland is as cool as it gets and mid-40's in the bay. we will have upper 40's to low 50's during the lunch
. 35 in concord. 36 in oakland this morning. bundle up. warm later on today. not all that warm. even by noon today temperatures only in the 40s. then we'll round out the day in low 50s. big-time warmup on the way as of tomorrow. adding additional five degrees to your high. we'll hit the 60s by wednesday. and then our warmup kicks into high gear over the weekend. >>> and that is your latest weather. >> al, thanks. still ahead, team "today" hits the beaches of los angeles on segways. and natalie catches up with the golden globe big winners backstage. first, these messages. and stop further joint damage. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal events, such as infections, lymphoma, or other types of cancer, have happened. blood, liver and nervous system problems, serious allergic reactions, and new or worsening heart failure have occurred. before starting humira, your doctor should test you for tb. ask your doctor if you live in or have been to a region where certain fungal infections are common. tell your doctor if you have had
, but to the west in cumberland, oakland and petersburg we're seeing wind up to about 20 miles per hour. again we're looking at the chance for winds here after midnight becoming rather gusty, over 20 miles per hour after midnight. temperatures, 36 rockville, 34 vienna and fairfax, 35 arlington and 37 in college park, 34 at andrews and looking at temperatures in the mid-30s down to waldorf. so temps are falling quickly now. winds will pick up, clear out tonight, breezy tonight and tomorrow. we're looking at still cold friday and chilly and dry over the weekend. we're looking at temperatures about in the 40s over the weekend, but that's going to be about average for us. so a pretty nice looking weekend. tonight clear, breezy cold, a two to three blanket night, lows in the 20s, winds increasing north, northwest 10 to 20 and gusty. by morning plenty of sunshine, mostly sunny, breezy, cold, need your sunglasses, temperatures in the 20s and 30s, winds out of the west, northwest 10 to 20. by afternoon plenty of sunshine, mostly sunny, breezy, cold, wind chills in the 30s, highs in the low 40s, but i wou
of terror in aurora and okay land and tucson, all across the country. -- oakland and tucson, all across the country. we see the loss of life every day from gun violence all across this nation. after the unthinkable tragedy in newtown, president obama spoke to the country and he asked us are we doing enough to protect our children? the answer he admitted is no. that must change. that is why we are here today. today's hearing we will hear from people who deal with the effects of gun violence every day. the wide range of experience will facilitate a discussion on common sense and constructive steps we must take to ensure these tragedies will never happen again. i've a letter from the teachers of newtown which i will enter into the record. i will share with you one sentence it reed, in our schools we ensure the schools have the right balance to ensure they are safe. we have to make sure schools do not become fortresses. we have to find and maintain this balance between safety and learning. as we move forward during this difficult time collaboration, communes case and experience of all of me
have seen similar acts of terror in oakland and tucson and virginia tech, all across our country. we see the loss of life everyday all across this nation. after the unthinkable in newtown, president obama spoke about if we are doing enough to protect our children. the answer, he admitted, is no. that must change. that is why we are here today. we will hear from people who deal with the effects of gun violence every day. a wide range of experience and expertise when we will facilitate a discussion on it, then step the we must take to ensure that these tragedies will never happen again. i have a letter from the teachers of newtown, which i will enter into the record. but i will share one sentence. it says in our schools we need to strike the right balance to ensure that schools are nurturing while also say. safe. and we need to strike the right balance what the schools do not become in a place where they cannot be kids. we need to find and maintain this balance between safety and learning. as we move forward during this difficult time, collaboration, communication, value and the voice
. and 35 degrees this morning in oakland. 32 for sunnyvale and right at freezing even in santa cruz. a freeze warning in place until 9:00 a.m. highs are going to be more comfortable today climbing by five degrees. 55 degrees at the coast. hope you have a great day. >>> don't forget, check that weather any time you need to by going to weather channel on cable or weather.com. savannah? >> al, thank you. >>> sonia sotomayor is the third woman to sit on the supreme court and the first hispanic. i recently met up with justice sotomayor to learn about the woman behind the robe. >> i wrote this book right after my nomination because i wanted to hold on to the real sonia. >> the real sonia traces her earliest footsteps on the streets of the bronx. >> this was a bustling, bustling area jam packed with people. >> reporter: at age 8, dgd with jouv nile diabetes and her mother, selena, left to raise two young children after sotomayor's father died following a long battle with alcohol. >> do you think you were fully aware of the struggles he was having with alcohol? >> even as a child, i asked i
running into the san francisco oakland bay bridge. the 752-foot long ship collided with one of the towers on monday. the ship then parked near alcatraz island to be checked out. it was not carrying any oil as cargo. no one was hurt. no reports of fuel leagues. >>> a new wedding party and couple was in this balloon when it made a hard landing after the couple took their vows in the air. part of the balloon covered a house. 14 people were on board. one person was taken to the hospital with a minor injury. >>> the battle between two story ed college football teams turned into a blowout. the tide rolled 42-14 for their third bcs title in four years. carlos diaz from hln sports covered the games. i guess california can use the word "dynasty" safely now. >> reporter: yep, i think they can, yep, we just confirmed alabama scored again so they just keep scoring and they can't stop. but yes, they had use that word "dynasty" in the biggest way after the 42-14 drubbing of notre dame, third title in the last four years, they've won back-to-back national championship games. head coach nick sabin doesn'
morning america," becky worley, abc news, oakland, california. >> a lot of thumbs-up there. >> i like the bisquick, with the hot dogs in them. >> those twins are cute. >> really cute. >>> jessica simpson looked her best in the daisy dukes. you see her right there. now, harley pasternak is here to help all of us jumpstart our january. >>> that's amazing. >> yeah. >> "avatar." >> welcome back, everybody. we're here with celebrity trainer, harley pasternak. we're sharing secrets to training the stars. boy, you trained some of the most fit out there. we're talking rihanna, kim kardashian, katy perry. and now, you. you're going to teach us how to have an all-star body. >> you don't need my help. >> come on. we're jumpstarting our january. we're starting with the legs. katy perry has legs that are just so toned. >> she is. we can do it playing a video game. >> we have a video game. harley pasternak, hollywood workout. you can do it at home. and under 30 bucks, you get me. you get me telling you how to do the exercises. the avatar of me, with the sarcasm. >> oh, good. >> and notice, i have n
in aurora and portland and littleton and blacksburg, oakland and tucson. all across our country. so we see the loss of life every day from gun violence all across this nation. after the unthinkable tranldy in newtown, president obama spoke to the country and he asked us, are we doing enough to protect our children? the answer he admitted is no. and that must change. that is why we are here today. today's hearing we'll hear from people who deal with the effects of gun violence every day. the wide range of experience and expertise from these panelists will facilitate a discussion on the common sense and constructive steps we must take to ensure these sorts of tragedies will never happen again. i have a letter from the teachers of newtown which i will enter into the record, but i will just share with you one sentence, and it reads, in our schools we need to strike the right balance to ensure that schools are nurturing while also safe. and we need to strike the right balance so that schools do not become armed for tresses -- fortresses where kids aren't able to be kids. the voice of educators
of it and does nothing. the 3,000 miles west in oakland, calif. you have a landlord trying to kick out the tenant and the federal government trying to seize the property from the landlord because the tenant in compliance with california law, the same law as new jersey law is distributing medical marijuana. the federal government has addressed these two issues in a vastly different way. california, a federal magistrate judge said it is a preliminary injunction, you don't have the right to kick the amount now. the federal government doesn't have the right to seize the property. we will have a trial and see what the effects are. stuart: reversal. judge napolitano: it is a preliminary set back for the victorian forces that want to interfere with the state law permitting the dispensing of medical marijuana. stuart: why use the expression victorian? judge napolitano: and migrate grandmother. and speak of her that way. stuart: when do you think it ever do you think that we will have legalized marijuana in the united states on a federal basis? judge napolitano: i don't know if it will come on a federal b
." >> it is 7:26. good morning. i'm john kelly. after hours of debate the oakland city council hireses a consultant to turn around the police department in the city. >> shame on you! >> protesters upset shouting "shame on you" as the council finished voting after 2:00 a.m. this morning. the council approved a contract that involves hiring bill bratton. council members say they recognize the police force needs help. one council woman gave police chief jordan firm instructions. >> if you say this is the team you need, these are the people you're trusting to give you the guidance so you can get our department in order, i'm ready to vote on that. what i expect of you, what i'm expecting of you is to deliver. >> a lot of protesters say bratton said the stop and frisk policy will lead to racial profiling. some think bratton will stop all the bloodshed in oakland. we'll see. let's check in with christina loren, nice start to the day. >> indeed. good morning to you. we have rain on the way. we are holding off on showers in san francisco. for now, activity in the north bay to show you. light sh
the first, and i think if you talk to people within the county and parts of oakland, what they essentially will say is that for the last 10, 15, 20 years, the middle class of this country has essentially been treading water while there's been a tipping of the balance in favor of higher income groups, and i think they would agree with what cbo said that that tipping has not been promotional of economic growth. we remain on the democratic said, though the ranks have somewhat changed, with the mainstream of the country. i think the republican conference is out of step. i think it's gone too far from the ranks of the ways and means republicans when i first joined that committee. >> we're going next to john mcken nan, author, steven cooper, to end. >> can you talk a little more about tax reform and entitlement reform, how the process will unfold, will they be linked? is there going to be a target in mind for the deficit reduction that might be involved and talk about how that process works. >> well, in terms of deficit reduction, i've indicated what i think is a reasonable target. i think what
to put it in perspective. similar to deporting each and everyone in cities like omaha, nebraska, oakland, california. let me also talk about somebody that a lot of people don't really know much about, and the reality is that according to the pew hispanic center the net migration from mexico to the united states has reached zero. between 200 aand 2010, 1.4 million immigrants arrived but 1.4 million or more left which again, talks about the fact that net migration from mexico to the united states is zero. what i would like to do now, suzanne, is play some sound from a couple of very young immigrant whose were brought to this country when they were very young and are hoping for a final solution to the problem of immigration in this country. let's take a listen. >> i didn't have a choice to come here. but i have done nothing bad here. >> reporter: sisters were toddlers when they were brought to the country by their parents. >> i went to school here. i grew up here. i don't -- my whole life is here. i would consider myself i u.s. citizen, but i'm not. >> finally, one fact that a lot of people
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